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TERRITORIAL Governor,- N. O . Murphy Phoenix. Szchetaky C. H. Alters Fhcnbc. TcnisuEEs. TW. Pembertou Phoenix Sor. Pob-Inst'k. JL L Lens . . . .Phcsnix. Auditor, G. W. Vlckers Preesott. AttorweyGek- - C. F. Ainsworth .Phoenix. A.djt. exEBAi.- -.R Allyn Lewis Phoenix. SUPREME COURT Webster Sthzjct. Chief Justice Phcenix. u . It. Davis. Associate Justice Tucson. T. II. Doan. Associate Justice Florence. R. E. Sloan. Associate Justice Prescott R. . Mobbisos, U.S.DIst. attorney, Prescott. W. M. Griffith, U. S. Marshal elobe. COUKTY OFFICIALS. fA, V, Gibbons 1 Chaimn J5o VRDOFSUFKRVIiORS L. J. Brown. Bcnigno Lopez. U.T. Patterson.Clerk. iiarterlrtneelingsol the Board will Le hold 'First Monday In Jan., April, Julyand Oct. a EVtrrnnl T?fltr. g""--" 2 BOB ATE J V DG E Jn l.RBK OF COURT : 3J&n,TSl Terms of the District Court, third Monday April and the first Monday In October, THE HERALD is kept on file at the of fines of the Cuktis-Kewhall Advertis ing Co., 223 W. Second St., Los Angel as, Cal. They place advertising in pub lications all over the world. Local News of the Week. Notary Public at Herald office. -The editor acknowledges his thanks to Mrs. Barth tor a dish of fine string bsans from the hotel garden which is the one of the best in town. '. Peter Slaughter of Springerville was in town during the first of the week. Mr Slaughter has been in cattle business here for a long time and is well known thruout the country as a-successful cattleman. "Ve have sold many different cough remedies, but none has giv en better satisfaction than Cbnm berlain V says Mr. CharleH Hu liaueri Druggist, Newark, N. J. 'It is perfectly safe ami can be re lied on in all cases of coughcolds or hoarseness." Sold by St. Johns' Drug Co. . Onpl. Day brought troop L Olb cavalry, U. S. A., frum Ft. Wi fate and struck' caiup for S :nday night hen. Mtvuhiv m .ning ear Ty, left fr Ft. Apaohc, by way of Mineral Creek. 'dipt. Day during his short stay hero impressed all with his soldierly hearing and cor teous manner. He has seen hard servieo on Indian trails years ago and in the Spanish war. He takes charge at Ft. Apache. Twenty -two of his troop will accompany the troop formerly at Ft. Apache, to China. It was quite a treat for all of us to have these gentlemanly soldier boys, veterans some of tlinin in our midst awhile The Cap't. captured this town dead ea sy, and every captiyea friend now. You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The Si. Johns Drug Co. will refund your mOny if you are not satisfied after uVingit.- It is everywhere admit ted to be the most successful rem edy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that never fails. It is pleaant, safe ami reliable. A. F. Potter came in Tuesday to attend a meeting ot the directors o'f the Arizona Wo.I Growers' As sociation. Mr. Potter spends much of Ills time in looking after the interests of the Association, and does most effective work in the capacity of secretary. He Fooled The Surgeons. All doemrs told Rinck Hamilton, of West Jetlerson, O.. after uulferinjr IS ....... f IV...n Punt..l I?t'clll1a Itu ivnlll.l dieunlHssaros.ly operation was per- formed; hut he cured hinitjelf with five boxes of Bucklen's Arnica S live, the sureta Pile cure on Earth, ami the feat Salve in the World. 25 cents a box. Sold by St. Johns Drug Co. G A. C.lcli-t wh faimh" t'j &.p.riHgerviU- veiled oi. J-nns tins ; rt . .,, - i r.. t i . ' 1. M. .Sn. .Mi.. ..!.., I..iu ( ... I TVi:U. iUl. OuilftH t " ' " w herds oh tlse mountain nt:.ge teinJed tl: meeting of tin shei-p men. Mrs. Conk Hit brought Iier little iliui;!ter, Miss J.tlia, down on her first visit, L St. Ji hna. '' An Kpidcsilc of Diarrhoea. ;'lr. A. Flanders, writing from Cocoanut Grove, Flu,, says there has been quite an epidemic of di nrrhoea. there. He hud a severe attack and was cured by four dos es of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He says lie also recommended it to others tnd they say it is the best medicine trsey ever used. For ?ale hy the Johns Drug Co. Up to date as far as heard from, the following named gentlemen of Apache county positively refuse to run for a county office ; there are others, of courpe, but we have fail ed to get their names : Messrs Gustav Becker, C. 0. Howe, Hugh Lynch, Juan Candelaria, A. H. Pratt, Dr. Johnson, R. D. Greer John A. Norton and J. N. Butler. John A. Norton of Springerville, who has a farm in the mountains) was in town this week. He and Mrs. Norton attended the Pioneer celebration hero tiic 24th. He says dro ;th ia injuring crops in his neighborhood. IS IT RIGHT For An Editor to Recommend Patent Medicines? From the Sylvan Valley News, Brcvrad. K. C. It may be a question whether the editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend any of the various proprietary medicines that flood the market, vet as a prevent ive of suffering we feel it a duty to say a good word for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy. We have known and used this medicine in our family for 20 years and have always found it re liable- In many cases a doso of this remedy would save hours of suffering while a physician is a waited. We do not believe in de pending implicitly on any medi cine for a cure, but we do believe that if a bottle of Chamberlain's Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand and administered at the in ception of an attack much suffer ing might be avoided and in very many cases the presence of a phy sician would not be required. At least this has been our experience during the past twenty years. For sale by St. Johns Drug Co. Mr. G. W. Lewis and family of Mesa are visiting the family of Mrs. Kemp. , Mr. Lewis mma many friends here who are glad to hear of his success. He delivered an interesting address hero on the 24th. The Appetite of a Goat. Is envied by all poor diapeptics whoso Stomach and Liver are out of order. All such should know that Dr. Kinp'a New Life Pills, the wf.ndorful Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a splendid ap petite, sound digestion and a regular bodily habit thatinsures perfect health and great energy. Only 25c at St. Johns Dru' Co. Miss .Orpha Perkins lias been elected principal of public school in District No. 1- of St. Johns. Miss Perkins comes highly recom mended and passed the examina tion here in a very satisfactory manner. Mrs. Naomi Freeman is elected primary teacher. Mrs. Freeman is well knovn here ns a very successful instructor. Uncle bum Helps an Ellt r. I The United States GoviM'titneiit j 1)9 placed at the disposal of the ; editotof The Laiiies' Home Jour- . .1 mil all the illustrative and statist- ieal information in the private a r- . chives relating to the White House ! , . , ... . , , ; which will be one hundred yearp old next November. The magazine will use the material in connection . , . , . ... -ah two articles nn the subject it; will publish s!l ortly. That Home of the views are exceedingly rare is , . 1 .1 . ,, . . 1 I shown by the lact that it was only recently that the Stale Dep irtmont iu.,o,1 il...t ti,u, ieiii urn uiiiu 1 in; t i.v.v,w. W. H. Gibbons returned Wfdnes- ,,, - v ,r",n lr,P lhrn Lf V:,,,e 1 in.. . ..it. 1 1 1111.1 '.. Ho. fnun-1 all tin count ry extreme- IV ury, with exemptions of small trarts where loeal showers had re centiv t.-fllen. the stourt is on alien. i tie stous is on rnl,Hr Phort rauons now, tmt tne full! 1 1 1 Tunc ii' nut Ci inl ia rn POrtetl tlV SOtne tniDerS. HO WaS - ' l-wm t,. KJo xvifa .mi p. i p -ii p-t , , i r . "r ; h reeman. ! . A Life And Death Fifjht. . Mr. V. A. Hines of Manchester. Ia. writing of his almost miraculous es- ( cape from death,- says: 'Exposure after j measles induced serions lung trouble, which ended in Consumption. I had frequent hemorrhages and coughed night and day. All my doctors said I mnst soon die. Then I began to- U8e Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump- tion, which completely cured me. I would uot be without it even if it eost . S5.00 a bottle. Hundreds have nsed it ; on .my recomendation and all" say it i never fails to cure Throat, Chest aud ! r,- v, n i -' -n ' r . j Lung troubles. liesular sze oOc and jSl.00. Trial bottles free at St. Johns! i Drug Go- PIONEER day was most appro priately celebrated here on the 24th At daybreak the signal guns open ed up the day's revelry and the en joyment continued till a late hour at nignt. The street parade at 9 o'clock was typical of the old time emigrant train of covered wagons loaded with household goods, the chairs and stovepipe as usual on the outside; One float was filled to overflowing with little boys and ! girls carrying a banner labeled, "Our Best Crop." Other features of the . processi ::s, such as people i i emigrant costumes, were inter esting. Ti e literary ai.d musical exer cises at Assembly Kail were highly entertaining a:sl appropriate, the s:ig, the addresses lu-.d the music eom-.nemorative of t!o hardy pio neers who were firr t to settle in the desert, to conquer the drear wastes and make of it a h?autiful home. In the afternoon the amusements were "catchy." Prospectors with their outfits were panning the sand when skulking Indians would fire on thern from ambush. Some times the prospectors would have to flee for theii lives, at other times the Indians were driven out of the settlement. The little folk had a dance in the afternoon and the older people a dance in the evening. The day was voted a success and every one quit tired hut joyful. Glorious News Cornea from Dr. D. B. Cargic, of Washita. I. T. Ho writes. Four bot tles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had caused her great suffering for years. Terrible sores would break out on her head and and face, and the best doctors could give no help; but her cure is complete and her health is excellent." This shows what thousands have proved, that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known. It'p the supreme rem edy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ul cers, bolls and running sores. It stim ulates liver, kidneys and bowela, expels J poisons, helps dicetion builds up the strength. Only 50 cents. Sold bv St. Johns Drug Co. Guaranteed. The editor took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gibbons, Sun day. The editor had pleasing an ticipations all day, of the dinner hour and when the table was roady he was in no wise disappointed. Mr. Gibbons lias .1 very interesting family and pleasant home. Vrf loo nrsiioon If fwlnrt fnr 1 fiOO The sheen rodeo for the ranee enst int sueep rouco 1 ior uie rnfei. wmh. of Show Low will commence at Big Lake on the White Mountains on An-. uust 10th, Richard Gibbons, captain, j The sheep rodeo for the range west of Show Low will commence at McClure Lake on the Blue Ridge on August 10th, J. D. Houek, captain. Both Rodeos will work toward and finich niin i.fve By order of the Eastern Division of the Arizona Wool Growers' Associa- tion. James Scott, Pres. Albert F. Potter, Sec'y. PENC1LINGS. A bab- makes a good alarm clock, but it is hard to set it exactly right. a AVOman ever believes that any man really and truly knows what love IS" . , A. Some men think they can plav poker who can't even bluff off the grocerjTnan. with a last month's bill, , Men can endure pain with much less uss than women, perhaps, but they don'.t. When a man has a horse to sell, how easiJy he iorSot& all the animal's bad qualities, The man ,vho has learned to patiently doesn't really want the thing that he is waiting for. Look out for the inan who is always teling. vou how bonest he is He;u trick you some day if you don't. Somerville Journal. J0KES FOR THE TABLE. Why isn't the fire-swallower in a mu seum a light eater? Some women believe so ikoronchlv that- the wav to a man's heart is thrmio-h j,js stomach that thev erive the man a baa case of indigestion trying to find it. Teacher "Can anybody tell me why iLiif. in ii i li iiiiiTif r in Ti. i z i ii f KiinTi; vi t n ivv" the multiplication, table stons with 12?" cn nf Rlin-r-t itinne Pnranf " Touch Rnn nf .a R,,nPrSt;tinile pnn Toca - ma says it s uniucKy to nave 13 at . Mrs. Smilax "Henrv. I reallv believe Trnt,- ;c 4 Ai ' u j.iv.wj io SumB u. uwiui HUCU UC m-rnvs n. T Tiin-rH him foil Votti,, 6ne roust oe careiui of her health and that Die was considered hurtful. Mistress (greatly scandalized) "Is it possible, Hannah, you are making bread without having washed your hands?" Xew Kitchen Girl "Lor, what's the difference, mum? It's browa bread." Chicago Daily News, English. Earn Little. Statistics iust eomnleted bv thf in come ax commission of Great Britain show that out of a total adult popula- tion of 12,500,000 more than 10,000,000" earn less than $860 a year. The income tax is collected at the rate of 16 cents on cacn 5 above $aou, and tne total tax, which Iast ?eaT am0UDted to more than w.JM.fl was commuted Dy not more than 2,000,000 peop!e' R!ionn-"Tn wimf ri old Jones' success?" Etrbert "To his failures." Illustrated THts. I :' ANAEMIA Is & diceese met with among: young women principally. It Ig very common and Is a forerunner of consumption It is a disease .,at -the blood. There Ismly a small quantity of blood in the system. And It Is of a poor quality. The symp toms of the disease are quite numerous. They are readily discerned. If the prog ress of the disease Is not checked death from consumption or some other disease In Inevitable. .HUDYAN will check its progress. HUDYAN will enrich the blood ana matte tne pa tient strong. HUD- YAN is for women as well as men. HUDYAN is a vegetable remedy, and it is harmless in its effect. It contains no iron to cause the teeth to decay. If you are suffering you should lake HUD YAN now and then note the change in your condition. Study your symptoms carefully. These are your symp toms. Take HUD YAN now and they will disap pear. Y0D8 WEAK POINTS ABE: 1. CONSTANT HEADACHE THE feel ing is as though the head were going to burst from too much pressure. HUDYAN, by its acUon on the blood, will equalize the circulation of blood and the headache will disappear. 2-2. SUNKKN JXttJBALL AND DARK RINGS BENEATH THE EYES. HUD- YAN will jcause therings to disappear " W. PAUCHEEKsf frornthe poor qual- lty or tne moon, it oeing airaost aevoia of red coloring matter. Hl-DYAN will enrich the blood and cause the cheeks to become bricht and rosy. 4. WEAKNESS IN THE HEART. This Is the most pronounced symptom. The heart becomes weak and there is a con- 5,ta?$ slnlcing feeling around it. HUD- YAN will make the heart strong and cause It to beat regularly, and the sink- iner feelinsr will disannear. 5. FEELING OE WEIGHT IN THE j STOMACH AND INDIGESTION. This is due to the fact that the food in the stom- : ach is not acted upon by healthy Wood; therefore It is not properly digested. This leads to habitual constipation. HUDYAN will cause the food to be properly digest ed, Improve the appetite and relieve the constipation. HUDYAN will relieve all 1 the above symptoms and make you well, f HUDYAN is for you. It Is for men and women. After you are cured tell other women what HUDYAN has done for you. There are many other sufferers and they , also wish to be cured. HUDYAN can be j procured of druggists for 50c per package, or six packages ;for $2 50. If your drug- 1 git does not keep it send direct to the Hudyan Remedy Co., San Francisco or ljos Angeies. cai. ( mi upon tne nuu YAN doctors. Consultation Is free. You may call upon the doctors or write, as you desire. Address HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY, No. SI 6 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. Cor. Stockton,, Market and Ellis Sts. ' Sanrnc'sco, Cil. THE. CITY OF THE DEAD. They do neither plight nor wed In the city of the dead, In the city where they sleep away the hours; 1 But they lie, while o'er them range "Winter blight and summer change, And a hundred happy whisperings of flowers. No, they neither wed nor plight. And the day is like the night, For their vision is of other kind than ours. They do neither sing nor sigh In that burgh of by and by, Where the streets have grasses growing cool and long: iiui inev icsl v. inuw Liicii ueu, i T,Pvlmr nll thPlr ihnuirhtR iinsafif. Deeming silence better far than sob or xou are hereby summoned and re- onff- . , - , ; quired to appear in an action hronuht Though the robin be a-wing, ' . , , Though the leaves of autumn march a mil- "Hamst. yon hy the above named plalll llon strong. , till in the District Court of the Fourth There Is only rest and peace j J udiciul DirfTriet, in and for the County in the City of Surcease - 0f Apache, in I he Territory of Arizona. From the fallings and the waitings 'neath , . , , . ,. , , , the sun, 1111,1 nntiWer the complaint tiled with And the wings of the swift years ( the Clerk of this Court, at St. Johnp. lseac dul genuy o er tne Biers, Making music to the sleepers every one. There is only peace and rest; But to them it seemeth best For they lie at ease and know that life is .Richard' Burtonf In Atlanta Constitu- .,. i HINTS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS. Sherbets and sorbets are served m lasses after the ame Potatoes should be thinly pared, as the best part lies next the skin. A delicate odor of sandalwood is one of the perfumes one notices now occa sionally when one meets handsomelj dressed women."1 More sandalwood boxes are used now than for a good many years. Antelope gloves are worn by the best dressed women, and the undressed r ! 1 J White lace gloves are as much worn as ever for afternoon and evenings at the theater. After giving the hands a good bath which does Hot rilean a hasty dip warm a- towel and dry them as care fully as you would your finest cut glass. Hands grow red and coarse in winter simply through carelessness. A portion of the dinner-roll dough may have stoned dates worked into it; this is called date bread and is deli cious for luncheon. Put the dates in close together and let it raise the same as any bread dough. To be eaten cold. Hardly anything is too fine in the wu) ul linen ana uicesi lur me iituiu nowadays. Centerpieces and individ- ual doilies are made ofLtlie. finest linen lawn and triirimed with beautiful Brussels points point dex Venise aud point de Bruges. j Before going out upon a very cold or windy day rub into the face just a little cold cream thoroughly, after- ward a dust of rice flour. It is al- most impossiDie unaer tins treatment to acquire a chapped face. Wear -j. ix .Ati . veil m. extreme weatner. , Tt ?; tinrrllv fn fsp noT!VMt lnl i'm It is hardly to be nelieved, but tiie old-taslnoned jersey waist is m again. tv i i. .. e : i: .1 jl. ..a i have changed, so that it conies in in mnnli flip wmp shnnc thn.f if xrPTir nnt . " L - . II is TtinfTp m a short, nnmterl lincmip. oraiaea, witn a stanamg conar, ana, of course, the same old plain-topped sleeves which it showed when last on view. SIGN PAINTING, FIRE ARM REPAIRING, Xeatly, Satisfactorily, r nu Prtmptly DOSE, tall or write P. L DATIS, St. Johns, Arizona. NEW IDEAS FOR WOMAN'S WEAR Anido.ixno.tMymincpfFashton miiiw Eurr stto. s au I Homo Topics, fully Illustrated. :.,, tt.- , nrmMrin.- oh month, sub- fcriptioawccuu per year, sccdscentsrorsampti sopy to THE NEW iSSA PUBLISHING CO., NOTICE of v Registration Of Voters ST JOnNS, ARIZONA, April 12. 1900. It is ordered by the Biard of Supervisors that ' a re-registration of thi Voters of Apai'hc oun- j ty, be made for the y ar 1900. and the County Kecor ler, prepar- a Gn at Recister. and publish the required Nct'ce of such Registration in the ;. Johns Herald. John T . Patterson, Clerk of the Board of Supervfso:s. In the District r0nrt of the Fourth Judicial District. Territory of Arizona, County of Apa che. Emilio Chavez Plaintiff... I , VS Eloifa Chavez r SUMMONS No. 4S3 I DPfendflnt.... J t Action brought in the District Court of the . Fo,,r'h Dhir ?" fortheCounty of ; Apjuiie, lersiiuyui .Arizona j Ttrritory of Arizona tends greeting tor 1 Eloisa Chavez: Y.m an hProbv summon ami rPnm.H tA 1,,u hereby summored and required to appear m an action brought against you by the above-named plaitiffiu the D.strict Court cf the Uw-i, iw . a , .1 . e ; ur.h Judicial District mand far the t'ouniyof Apache, in the Territory of Arizoua. and answer thecomplnint filed whh the Clerk of this Court, at St. Johns, in said County, within ten days (exi-lusive oftbedny of eivu-i) after the service upon you of this Summons, if served in this County; but if served out of the County, aud within this District, tl.en within twenty days; in all other cases, thirty days. And you are hereby notified that if yon f.il to appear ..nl answer the complaint, as above re quired thep!a-:ntiir will take j ;dgment aa nst you, by default aud will apply 10 t..e Cuutt ior the relief demanded in pluinlitTs complaint herein and costs and disbursements in this bjhalf expended. Given under my hand and the seal of said Dutrict Court, this 27th day of June A. 1). 1 iCQ. JoukT. IIogue, Clerk. SEA I, By Alfred Kuiz, Attorney for Plaintiff, (first Pub. June 31. 1900:) SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Fourth Ju dtcial District, Territory of Arizona, County of Apache. Slauchter, i'lHUltlff,, vS. S-Sunnrons No. 484 Annie latiiihter, Defendant. Action broujrht in the District Court 0f the Fourth Judicial District, iu and lor the Uounty of Apache, Territory of Arizona. Territory of Arizona Sends Greeting ...,t ti . to AlUlie SlaUllhler jn g , , n , , v .:., : , d (eelu- ba'1 u,1 ; L . 3; 1 fiive of the day of service) nftw the service upon you of this Summons, if jn lha comtv; bnl .f of theCoun.y. and within this District, tlien withiu twentv dav6. iu aII other .. .1 cases tliirtv days. And you are hereby notified, that iff you tail to appear and answer the com-1 plaint, as above required, tne plain till, will take judgment by default against you, aud will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in plaintifl's coin- plint herein, aud costs and disburse ments in this behalf expended. Given under mv hand and the peal of said District. Court, this 24th day of July A. D. 1900. John T. lio'iie, Clerk Alfred Ruiz Atty. for PI'ntf First. Pub. Jul v 28,1900. GENERAL SiISClllrfEys Se.ttim; boilers, & constructing dipping tanks cisterns and all kinds ot CEMENT WORK; erecting and repairing pumps & windmills. J. PARLEY BIGELOW, ...,,.T. 1 ARIZONA. Dfc'SERl LAND, FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United Stales Land Office, Prescott. Arizona, June 23, 1900. Notite is herebv giyon that W'llli'atri ; F. Lesueur of Springerville, Arizona, j ,HS ffled notice of intention to m.-ike proof on his desert land claim No. 104, for the w$. NW'i, Sec. 2, T. 8, N. R. 29, iai fit vv a w j. son m i t ri t vi i tt t. . r -it ..u. r n: i .. i I j before Ckr . Tfthlia Ari,, Tunain Him5?u.I ' - ' I ... . , He names the following witnesses to , , .,, ,.iuln 5 , .;.. ... " " "-" t,nnw" - clatnation of said land: Jas. F Tmunpson of SpringerviUe Ariz. Henry Butler " " E.lmund Nehson " " " Edi.-arA.Burk " " " Frederick A. Tfit'e Jr.. Rejiister. (First Publication. July 14, 1900.) i i 1 And Wayside Inn. Concho 9 Whiskies, Beers, Sodas, Ci Jars, Mineral Waters and Cigars Drummers and Traders can get a fine rig and team here Hay and Grain to sell. Good service, prompt arid courteous treatment. Call o? me. BENIGNO LOPEZ, Proprietor., 4 LORENZOOROSBY'S SUPPLY STORE Open now READY for BUSINESS, On East Fork of Black River on, White Hoimtains. Keeps on hand a complete line of CAMP SUPPLIES, Sheep & Cattlemen's Goods,, also a FULL LINE OF GOOD, DRY STOCK SALT. GRAIN, FLOUR, ccc, WILL DBL.IVISB AT ANY POINT WHERE I CAN RUN A WAGON. P. O. Address: fSagar, Apaclio County, Arizona . TDEALEES in GENERAL. MEECHASBISB, GREEE-Lee Yalley- Apaclie Co., Arizona, We make a speciality in dealing ia slieep ineu's supplies, salt and flour. HONEST PSICES paid for hides, sheep pelts and wool. Kind Treatment and Eair Dealing is our Motto. Giye us a call. STOCK BFANf. S. J. B. PATTERSON, Sheep and wool growe St. Johns. Ar.'im a Et:r i..ark on ewes qu re cr p rilUuml, 1 rwhII v fork e t, rev rs- eu n wethers. Fire a ornna N on rump. on nose. Tnrr brand Eangc, Apa che coun m ty, Arizona. WABASH CA'I TLE COMPANY. C O. Howe, Manager. Piineipal business office at Lopinsport, Intl. Ranch address, Navajo Springs Arizona. Ranges: Salt Lakes, Seven Springs. Little Colorado rive and Mineral Creek Cattle and horses branded and marked as per cuts. REWARD. I will pay 8500. re ward for the arrest and convirtion ol any person or persons unlawfully hand ling any stock in the above brands. P O A-ldrcs, St Jotnip, Apa? he Co., Arizona. Run?' : fiienpcra. TC. M. 0n the f f.Jmving sssS' t rand: FX lift Mde, Q on left hip it jnvr, O G on r'glit hip and wjx,mnxii 011 r'tslde. lWm on li-ht hip & side. Hor'se?: (J O on left hip, and fol!otrlnK brnnd cn ueldings: KK left tbiyh, mg&i 'hirh. . hip, C left ja;Y.441eft thigh. ELLEN CRF.ER Post ffice, Concho. Ariz. Rancre Little Colorado rnd Slllky llollo Apache c muty. Arizona. Horse Brand, pro:iKU ?nnmaer, ana Earn on left jaw R. D, GREER, -jl Ti A.lso run followti t; brnscV PotefRei -t. Johtis. ArizonaTerri NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LND OFFICE at PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. June 2ir?t. 1900. Notice i- herebv eiven that tlie fol Iowintr-named eitJer ha filed notice of his intention to make final1 proof in support, of his claim, and ti.nt aid proof will lie innde before the Olnrk of the Piob--.te Court, at St. .ToImih. Arizo na, on Auufii 7in 1900, viz: Cruz Dnmn ot Concho xVrizons' fr 'h VJ NW & K I SWJ c. 26 T. 14, N" R 25 K. "He uaniHs the following witnesses to provo his continuous resiilenrH upon and vulti'vntion of, said land, viz: Santiago Marques, of Concho A:izona. 'Transito Garcin, " " I Juan Marques, " " " Blar Romero, " " " Federick A Tritle Jr. Register. (First Publication, June SO ,1900 ) m mi 4&sbsiv mMtm- "3 Arizon; .3f I IIHIBI I I I I I IIIHIIW I I I ircoai J.T LE US St Ji hns AriznR . Jnrin'rfcs Uiitr?lor ffr ghtnrd sv allow t$k 1 leit. 1 Iso ! alf orp q2 t'" hi auii rpi er :op S eft 1 evcrson m wct&i cr- Iron brand on left jaw brand joniump - Rtiitsr, Apache and Grnhani Counties. Aiie. WALTER BA!SD Mniiil.r-ind" On hcrsrs W slj-sh.on left thigb On Cows V slash, on left ribs. lso runs the fo!lowiuc bnnirts: Horxe Brands, HX bar and DK.ontoftthi;i m the left hip. Cow Brands. 1 left side both on leftsfde. J bo'h sides. Range Mnlpnis Onp and SaltLnte". Post office. Cienesa Aniarillo, N. 31' UUAN CANDELARIA. CONCHO, ARIZ. Brand as cut kept up. Also owns the following brands: Uper tlope right and ,and over bft left. trallow forklefl, circle ip the right.' fork left. s I t and nppcr hal crop the right. 1 ttr itrnd. f Knni;e "hue iIountains,V4' Ap-ohe coni.tr. Arizona. RICHARD GIBBONS. Sheep and ttooIi' grower St. Johns, Arizona.- Ear mark on sheep tnus on wpfheri; reversed on eves. Fire brand O on right ride of noa-.;. Vent II on left side. C1BBCNS. Ear mark, crop oft right and two up per bits left, on wethers, reversed on ewes. Fire brand 11 on right side oi nose. Range: White Mountains, Arizona. 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